Is it another case of affluenza?
Kennedy cousin, Michael Skakel, who was recently released from prison last year after serving 11 years on a 20-year sentence for allegedly killing neighbor Martha Moxley in 1975, received permission to relocate a GPS device from his ankle because it didn’t fit his ski boot.
RadarOnline.com spoke exclusively to Martha’s mother, Dorthy Moxley, who told us, there is nothing she can do about it.
During the telephone interview… Continue reading ‘Affluenza’ Outrage As Robert F. Kennedy’s Nephew Is Allowed To Relocate His GPS Device Because It Didn’t Fit Ski Boot, Victim’s Mother Breaks Her Silence
In the last 24 hours, two broadcast nets yanked three new series off the air –ABC’s 666 Park Avenue and Last Resort, and CBS’ Partners. Though low ratings typically justify the premature deaths, that’s little consolation to viewers who connected early to the programs (or in this case, at least one of them).… Continue reading Canceled shows: Does your outrage matter?
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A diver is at the receiving end of worldwide outrage — and even death threats — after he caught a giant octopus and took it home “for dinner” when it was still alive and kicking.
Dylan Mayer, 20, a self proclaimed “octopus catcher,” caught the eight-armed animal in Puget Sound off the coast of West Seattle and despite furious onlookers taking pictures and hurling abuse… Continue reading Outrage And Death Threats Against Diver Who Dragged Huge Live Octopus From Ocean For 'Dinner'
The only truly shocking thing that could have happened at Comedy Central’s Roast of Roseanne is if no one came away deeply offended.
This, after all, is the woman who enraged an entire baseball stadium (and afterward, much of the country) two decades ago with her brutal performance of The Star-Spangled Banner, and she most recently… Continue reading Outrage Alert: The meanest, most corrossive jokes from Comedy Central’s ‘Roast of Roseanne’
When Steve James’ “The Interrupters” failed to make the Academy’s shortlist of eligible documentaries this year, fans of the acclaimed feature recalled the similar upset when James’ landmark “Hoop Dreams” failed to dent Oscar’s consciousness back in 1994. It’s clear to many documentary fans that something has been wrong for years with a selection procedure that often fails to recognize work by the likes of James, Werner Herzog, Frederick Wiseman… Continue reading Oscar's New Documentary Rules Spark Outrage